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Steven Gerrard hit a hat-trick as Liverpool hammered Aston Villa 5-0 at Anfield to close the gap at the top of the table to one point.
Micah Richards scored the only goal of the game as Manchester City defeated ten-man Sunderland 1-0 at Eastlands.
Ben Watson's late winner sees Steve Bruce's Wigan side climb into 7th place and stay on target for a European berth next season.
Arsenal scored three second-half goals to maintain their fine run and condemn relegation-threatened Newcastle to another defeat.
Luca Modric's second-half strike gave Spurs the points in the London derby at White Hart Lane to put a dent in Chelsea's title hopes.
A late Ryan Shawcross header was enough to hand Stoke City a crucial three points against fellow strugglers Middlesbrough.
Robert Koren's late equaliser earned West Brom their share of the spoils at The Hawthorns in a stalemate encounter with Bolton.
Fulham blew the title race wide open with a dramatic win over nine-man Manchester United in a fiery encounter at Craven Cottage.
Some desperate defending from West Ham earned them a point as Blackburn failed to capitalise on some glorious opportunities.
Peter Crouch's brace handed Portsmouth a 2-1 win against Everton and a vital three points in their battle to avoid relegation.
West Brom stay rooted to the bottom of the Premier League after being held to a drab goalless draw at West Ham.
Early goals in each half from Jermaine Jenas and Darren Bent proved just enough for Spurs to edge out Aston Villa.
Michael Essien fired his second goal in as many games to beat Man City 1-0 and also keep Chelsea in the title hunt.
David Moyes celebrated seven years in charge of Everton with a sixth successive home win at the expense of Stoke City.
Arsenal recorded a comfortable victory over Blackburn thanks to a sparkling display from Andrei Arshavin and Emmauel Eboue's brace.
Late drama at the Riverside saw Marlon King salvage a point for 10-man Middlesbrough in their crunch relegation clash with Portsmouth.
Fulham managed to record their first Premier League win away of the season thanks to a battling display at the Reebok Stadium.
Two first-half goals were enough to earn Wigan their first win since January against a Sunderland side that were very below par.
The points were shared at the KC Stadium as Hull and Newcastle failed to pull themselves away from the relegation zone.
Liverpool breathed new life into the title race with an emphatic victory over 10-man Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Rovers climbed out of the drop-zone thanks to a second-half comeback against Fulham, who suffered their third straight home defeat.
Sunderland were denied a vital win after Robbie Keane's injury-time strike cancelled out Kieran Richardson's third-minute goal.
Fulham's fine home record was shattered by a late goal from Hull substitute Manucho, who earned the visitors a crucial three points.
Blackburn and Everton played out a disappointing goalless draw, which is a result that does neither team any favours.
Manucho scored a dramatic last-minute goal to ensure Hull took the points away from the Cottage.
Two goals from Aaron Lennon helped Tottenham wrap up a 4-0 win over Middlesbrough at White Hart Lane.
Manchester United were made to work hard for their 2-1 victory by Newcastle but are again seven points clear at the top of the table.
Stoke saw off a determined Bolton to lift themselves out of the bottom three thanks to goals from James Beattie and Ricardo Fuller.
Aston Villa's Champions League hopes suffered a major blow as Manchester City dominated proceedings on their way to a 2-0 victory.
Carlton Cole scored the only goal which proved enough for West Ham before seeing red along with Lee Cattermole at the JJB.
Man Utd's bid to win the quadruple remains on course after a penalty shoot-out Win against Spurs in the Carling Cup final at Wembley.
A last minute equaliser by Glenn Whelan saw Stoke grab a vital point in a 2-2 draw against Aston Villa.
A second half goal from Ricardo Gardner was enough for Bolton to see off a Lacklustre Newcastle at The Reebok Stadium.
Two goals in two minutes gave Blackburn a hard-earned 2-1 win over Hull at the KC Stadium
Young midfielder Jack Collison was the hero as West Ham secured a deserved 1-0 win over Manchester City at Upton Park.
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